The FBI is claiming to have dismantled the hacker organization Anonymous. But shortly after an official's statements were published in the press, Anons dumped large amounts of data that appears to have been stolen from FBI servers.
Norwich University Receives $9.9M for Cybersecurity Research Threatpost Norwich University, a small military college nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont, secured another round of funding for cybersecurity research this week.
Superior Court Judge John Turner sentenced Clemmons to five years of probation. During that time he is banned from four counties, including the one in which his school is located, and he is not allowed to use social media.
Spreading Literacy, Spreading Internet The Atlantic On Wednesday, Facebook announced that it, along with a coalition of several mobile technology companies, was launching Internet.org, an organization aiming to dramatically increase Internet access...
Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Wants New Data Rules Wall Street Journal The National Security Agency, for instance, hasn't updated its guidelines for handling information it collects on U.S.
The Department of Homeland Security's $6 billion cybersecurity award last week to a slew of contractors and vendors sets in motion a contest among them to sell federal agencies on new network monitoring, vulnerability assessment and mitigation...
The man who claimed responsibility for the leaks that drew national attention to the Steubenville rape case now says Amazon.com recently fired him because of his association with the loosely-affiliated network of “hacktivists” known as Anonymous.
Feature-length Blackout explores the effects of a cyber-attack on Britains national electricity grid, and is based on expert advice and meticulous research (RT @drjessicabarker: C4 to air cyber attack drama exploring 'our total dependence on electricity'...
ValueWalk DDoS Attacks Pulling Attention Away from Bank Cyberheists Tom's Guide She reports that once the thieves launch a "low-power" DDoS on a specific bank – meaning the assault isn't meant to knock down the bank's website for hours or days --...
Investigators Use GPS to Track, Catch Suspect The Missourian Officers placed the business under surveillance and planted a GPS tracking device on the rented equipment which was picked up by a man who identified himself as Carlos Rodriguez.
What Won't the Hackers of the Future Do? Wall Street Journal Even from great distances, hackers can disable solar panels, windmills, hummingbird feeders, frozen yogurt dispensers, movie-rental kiosks and certain types of reclining armchairs.
The days of anonymous commenting on the Huffington Post are numbered. Founder Arianna Huffington said in Boston Wednesday that the online news site plans to require readers to use their real names to comment on stories, beginning next month.
Now and again I meet people who find my obsession with encrypted communications unneccessary and weird. Sure enough, I don’t actually have & … (RT @Gargron: @SHARKdaryl Here is also something I've written!
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